Anima Negra ÀN

75cl

Extremely well defined on the nose with aromas of raspberry, red currants, and cranberry. Chosen as the best Spanish wine in Ireland at the Wines of Spain trade tasting. Regularly featured in Spain's Michelin starred restaurants. Produced on the island of Mallorca.

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Anima Negra ÀN

Extremely well defined on the nose with aromas of raspberry, red currants, and cranberry. Chosen as the best Spanish wine in Ireland at the Wines of Spain trade tasting. Regularly featured in Spain's Michelin starred restaurants. Produced on the island of Mallorca.

Tasting Notes from Celtic Whiskey Shop and Wines on the Green
Nose Powerful aromas of sweet spices, fine chocolate, and mineral background
Palate Flavourful and full-bodied in the mouth. A complex wine with very well balanced acidity and gentle, mature tannins. Lots of dark berry fruit flavours (blueberries, blackberries), plums with some licorice and leathery notes. Lingering finish, warm, rich and full of body.
Colour Deep, dark purple with a deep purple rim
Fact Sheet
Fluid 75cl
Grape Variety Callet dominates this red blend
Alcohol % 13.5%
Style Dry, Full Bodied
Estate/Producer Anima Negra
Country Spain
Region/AOC Ils Balears, Mallorca
Vintage 2015
Making Techniques Careful attention is given to picking the grapes, and respecting that not all grapes or varieties are ready for picking at the same time. Fermentation takes place in cement tanks with manual pumping over. The malolactic fermentation is carried out in French oak barrels for 12 months. Total production is around 52,000 bottles.
Closure Cork
Cellaring/Ageing Potential Drink now, or age for five years
Awards and/or Press Quotes
ÀN 2011 – 92 points (Editor’s Choice) “With so few Mallorcan wines on the market, Ànima Negra operates in a vacuum. Thankfully the winery excels with this red made from the local Callet grape. Dry, light, spicy aromas of sandalwood, tobacco and cherry come in front of a medium-bodied, creamy and oaky palate. Flavours of ripe yet spicy cherry and plum finish with notes of wood smoke and baking spices.”

Tags: Spanish Wine, Aniama Negra, Red Wine